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Expanded Mandatory Evacuations Ordered in Azusa

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AZUSA (FOX 11) - Police officials in Azusa are now urging all residents in the Ridge View Drive neighborhood to evacuate immediately.

The new mandatory evacuation for all residents of Ridge View expands upon an evacuation order issued Thursday that primarily affected 11 homes backed against the hillside, Azusa police report.

All residents of the street are now being told to evacuate. No pedestrians or vehicles will be allowed in the area either.

The latest order was issued because of unstable ground and a new storm cell heading for Azusa.

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